Flutter Entertainment PLC (FLTRF)

8,282.0
+38.0(+0.46%)
  • Volume:
    218,190
  • Bid/Ask:
    8,102.0/9,000.0
  • Day's Range:
    8,130.0 - 8,328.0

FLTRF News

Prev. Close
8,244
Day's Range
8,130-8,328
Revenue
6.04B
Open
8,248
52 wk Range
7,600-16,275
EPS
-2.37
Volume
218,190
Market Cap
14.56B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
449,316
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
1.07
1-Year Change
-38.79%
Shares Outstanding
175,787,518
Next Earnings Date
08 Aug 2022
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Flutter Entertainment PLC Company Profile

Flutter Entertainment PLC is an Ireland-based global sports-betting and gaming company. The Company operates through four divisions: United Kingdom (UK) & Ireland, Australia, International and the United States (US). Its UK & Ireland division includes Sky Betting and Gaming, Paddy Power and Betfair brands offering a range of sportsbook, exchange, and gaming services, along with over 600 Paddy Power betting shops in the UK and Ireland. The Australia division consists of the Sportsbet online sports betting brand. The Company’s International division includes PokerStars, Adjarabet, Betfair and Junglee operating in multiple jurisdictions around the globe offering a range of sportsbook, exchange, and gaming services. Its US division includes FanDuel, Stardust, FOX Bet and PokerStars brands, offering regulated real money and free-to-play sports betting, online gaming, daily fantasy sports and online racing wagering products to customers across various states in the US.

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  • Those that bought in to this company at between £15 and £20 would be excused for thinking that the company may be cursed - they buy Sisal in Italy and Italy then fail to qualify for the World Cup. Nonetheless there are positives out there for those with a long enough lens; the return of crowds to horse racing, a World Cup etc. The bad news is baked in.
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